Prince Harry's girlfriend spotted working off Christmas lunch with yoga session

Prince Harry’s girlfriend Meghan Markle has been spotted working off some Christmas excess by heading to a yoga class. The actress is currently in Toronto, Canada, having left her new beau behind in England following a trip to London.

However, she seemed to be relishing the opportunity to spend some time with her mum Doria, 60, who is a yoga instructor. The two were seen leaving a yoga class together. Suits actress Ms Markle was wrapped up warm against the freezing temperatures of Toronto, wearing a khaki parka jacket, woollen beanie and black leggings, which she wore with her £96 Kamik snow boots.

 

Her mum, meanwhile, was similarly atired in a black parka, black and white leggings, and fluffy grey snow boots. While many people may still be eating Christmas leftovers, Meghan was keen to get back to her regular exercise regime during the festive season.

Christmas time with Prince Harry

The actress had spent a week in London with Prince Harry, 32. The pair had decided to spend some quality time together getting into the festive spirit before heading to spend Christmas Day itself with their respective families. The pair were seen shopping for a Christmas tree together to take back to Prince Harry’s apartment in Kensington Palace. The also went to the theatre together to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, before Prince Harry personally escorted Ms Markle to Heathrow Airport.

Prince Harry has spent Christmas with his grandmother the Queen and other senior members of the royal family at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk. While it is understood to be far too early in their relationship for Ms Markle to have secured an invite from the Queen, the monarch is understood to be delighted that Harry has found someone he is serious about. It is believed the two have plans to meet up early in the New Year.

 

 



Judith is a qualified journalist who has worked in both the UK and the US, specialising in writing about politics, education and health.